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Five months after receiving a diagnosis, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-8th) announced that he completed chemotherapy treatment and his cancer is “in remission.”

Governor says he is exploring the issue with the state’s health department.

Maryland voters will be asked to enshrine abortion rights into the state Constitution next year.

In a letter to U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, the governor said “blue catfish are a particular concern.”

In Maryland, older child victims of sex trafficking can be arrested for prostitution – a charge some would say is blaming them for the sexual abuse they’ve experienced.

Maryland agriculture officials, conservation groups and producers from the state’s more than 12,000 farms are vying for their priorities.

Of the 22 jurisdictions with student board members, 14 do not have voting rights.

Delegate became a victim Thursday night of exactly the kind of harassment that she’s trying to put a stop to – getting unwanted sexual images through online platforms.

Tax credit available to small businesses that advertise through local news media is meant to help sustain reporting on local news.

Promoters say shorter work week could help employers keep workers and tax credit, technical assistance could lure businesses to pilot program.